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In The News


In The News

June 23 - Evangelization and the Eucharist conference ends on Corpus Christi feast

Article: Roman Catholic Church And The Last Days

“From adoration to evangelization” is the theme of a three-day conference in Rome that is drawing to a close today, the Feast of Corpus Christi.

“The Eucharist is the first missionary act of the Church. So if we want to be missionary towards a world in need of new saints and salvation, we have to be men and women of Eucharistic adoration,” Bishop Dominique Rey of the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon in southern France told CNA. 

“In the adoration we receive the fire of love which enables us to share our conviction and have faith about the presence of God,” said Bishop Rey. 

The practice of reserving the “Eucharist” – from the Greek word for “thanksgiving” – outside of Mass developed in the early Church. In the following centuries, Christians began to pray in front of the reserved Eucharist. Bishop Rey said that a 21st century revival of the practice is underway.

“I think in a society with too many words and too many noise, many people look for silence, look for interiority, and adoration now is very important among different groups, particularly among young Catholics.”

“This conference is seeking to contribute to the renewal of the Church - especially its missionary thrust - by going to the very center and source of its mission – Jesus Christ and his existence in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist,” Cardinal Ranjith said to CNA.

“Now in every parish, Eucharistic chapels have sprung up and more adoration has become a common practice. I have also insisted that people must receive Holy Communion in a reverential manner, especially by kneeling and receiving on the tongue.”

Appropriately, the conference concludes today on the Feast of Corpus Christi – from the Latin for ‘Body of Christ’ - when the Catholic Church around the world reaffirms its belief in the Eucharist.


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